- Japan seeks cooperation from G-20 members to map out global marine microplastic pollution.
- The map will show where the waste originated.
- All the G-20 summit members aim to reduce additional pollution from microplastic litter to zero by 2050.
- The map intends to use different color tones to signify the level of pollution from microplastics.
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